Saturday, 18 November 2017

Walter Williams

Duped by Congressional Lies

Posted by Gonzalo Schwarz
June 12, 2012
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by Walter E. Williams Some of the responses to my column last week, titled “Immoral Beyond Redemption,” prove that Americans have been hoodwinked by Congress. Some readers protested my counting Social Security among government handout programs that can be described as Congress’ taking what belongs to one American and giving to another, to whom it […]

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Walter E. Williams – “Deregulation”

Posted by Tom Duncan
October 12, 2010
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Walter Williams, a professor of economics for George Mason University, speaks on the deregulation (or lack-thereof) that led to the financial crisis. The original video can be fond on LibertyPen.com.

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Counterfeiting versus Monetary Policy

Posted by Tom Duncan
January 15, 2010
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“Congress is on a spending binge. With all the calls for bailouts, economic stimulus and other assorted handouts, there is a real risk of inflation in our future. If we do have a rapid inflation, it’s likely that Congress, as they did in the financial meltdown, will blame it on everybody except themselves. Before Congress […]

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Inflation and Deficits

Posted by Tom Duncan
January 13, 2010
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“With the massive increases in federal spending, inflation is one of the risks that awaits us. To protect us from the political demagoguery that will accompany that inflation, let’s now decide what is and what is not inflation. One price or several prices rising is not inflation. Increases in money supply are what constitute inflation, […]

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